SQL Server Configuration Manager from Command Line

12 May,2015 by Jack Vamvas

Question: How can I start SQL Server Configuration  Manager from Command Line?

Answer: To start SQL Server Configuration Manager from Command line is a slightly different reference for every  SQL Server Version.

You can access information normally obtained therough SQL Server Configuration Manager in alternative ways such as SQL Server – Find SQL Server tcp port with Powershell . But SQL Server Configuration Manager remains my primary method to manager configurations

 

For 2005 - SQLServerManager.msc

For 2008/R2 - SQLServerManager10.msc

For 2012  - SQLServerManager11.msc

For 2014 - SQLServerManager12.msc

For 2016 - SQLServerManager13.msc

For 2017 - SQLServerManager14.msc

Sql_server_configuration_manager

 

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Author: Jack Vamvas (http://www.sqlserver-dba.com)


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